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March 4th, 2017
September 19th, 2016Poor experience
January 6th, 2016
Dr. Adams shouldn't be allowed to touch anyone. He is arrogant and makes mistakes. He seems to forget the most elementary things in treating strokes. His "hand picked " staff has the same bad attitude. He made a mistake on a medication and then he hung up on the pharmacist, calling them stupid. The nerve of this fool.
February 2nd, 2015
August 23rd, 2012Lacks listening skills - count the times he interupts you.
-office staff doesn't return calls,-they promised to provide a needed letter, then wouldn't return my calls as the deadline for the letter approached, leaving me without the promised letter at the critical time. - prescribed a medication a 2nd time, that he'd previously prescribed, and which had caused a bad reaction. I experienced the reaction again until I realized this was a mistake when I found the prescription bottle from the 1st time.
January 18th, 2012
June 15th, 2011Fabulous Physician
I have been a patient of Dr. Adams for several years. He is one of the most personable, professional doctors I have ever received treatment from. He speaks "english" and takes time with me to answer my questions, assist me with any issues I am dealing with and has never not returned a phone call, personally. I adore him and would recommend him to anyone that needs a neurologist. Great Doctor!
November 29th, 2010
Dr. Adams is horrible. He has no bedside manner. I had 4 grand mal seizures, and he insisted that it was psychological. He needs to lose his license. Thank God I found a great Neurologist that can help me.
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